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How to install a clutch cable

My cable on my bike is frayed an loose. I need to replace it. I was wondering if you had any info on how to do this.



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I have a Honda, so it might be slightly different, however best to start at the top, unwind by finger or pliers the little knobs that help adjust cable tension on the inner end of your clutch lever, so that the open slots line up. With a little wiggle you should be able to lift the cable out of the slot.

The bottom end will be roughly similar, but you may need some slack to get it out so you may need to pull some of the cable through first.

Usually the cable outer sheath is held to the frame and other things by various clips or ties, make sure you remember the way the cable goes so when you put it back in you can do everything the same.

You should now be able to reverse your operation by popping in the bottom part, laying the cable right and then slip the top in again, make sure the tighten the knobs at the top for how you like your clutch to feel.

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